Quantifying unintended effects of an agroecological research project on farmers’ practices and social network in Papua New Guinea
1. Agroecological researchers and advocates often make assumptions about the social impact and dissemination of their work: researchers may assume that their work has impact through post-research dissemination, while advocates may assume that new agroecological practices can be effectively spread through existing social networks.
2. Here we test these assumptions by quantifying the effects of an agroecological research project on farming practices and the social network in a village...Expand abstract
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